Some teachers lose contract Twenty-se...

Some teachers lose contract Twenty-seven certified tenured teachers...

There are 1 comment on the Brunswick News story from May 16, 2011, titled Some teachers lose contract Twenty-seven certified tenured teachers.... In it, Brunswick News reports that:

By ERIKA CAPEK The Brunswick News Twenty-seven certified tenured teachers and 10 certified non-tenured teachers, including federally funded certified positions, did not receive contracts for next school year from the Glynn County School System.

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Warnin

Hazlehurst, GA

#1 May 17, 2011
Funny, they were able to not renew the contracts of certified tenured teachers but chose to renew the contracts of the two teachers who were involved in the cheating scandal. Way to go administration! You give us every reason to think that you don't have a clue as to what is going on in our school system.

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